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NBC
Sep 30, 2010 7:00am EDT
jeremy and melissa's wedding because the rain will keep coming down. we have remnants of nicole. ex-nicole but a secondary low pressure system has developed in north carolina. we have a tornado watch from the carolinas to washington d.c. until 1:00 this afternoon, with all this moisture streaming up here. we also have the risk of strong storms from cape hatteras all the way to new york city in long island, possibility of tornados developing during this system. here's what we're expecting. we have flood watches and warnings. you can see all the heavy rains making its way up the coast during the afternoon to early tomorrow morning. this rain lasts into new england until tomorrow morning. good news is the weekend looks pretty good. flash flood watches today into tonight and have flash flood watches as well why? rainfall amount, anywhere from 3 to 5 inches of rain. inland around washington d.c., parts of eastern pennsylvania and on in to central new york, 5 to 7 inches of rain over the next 48 hours. flooding is a big problem over the next 48 hours from the carolinas here to new york. m
NBC
Sep 30, 2010 7:00am PDT
you. >>> we have a tent up for melissa and jeremy's wedding thankfully because this rain is going to keep coming down. let's take a look and see what's going on. we've got the remnants of nicole. these -- it's ex-nicole, but a secondary low pressure system has developed in north carolina. we have a tornado watch from the carolinas to washington, d.c., until 1:00 this afternoon. we've also got the risk of strong storms from cape hatteras to new york city and long island. possibility of tornadoes developing during this system. we've got flood watches and warnings. you can see the heavy rain making its way up the coast during the afternoon into early tomorrow morning. this rain lasts into new england until tomorrow evening. the good news is the weekend looks pretty good. flash flood watches in effect today through tonight. we have flash flood watches and flood watches. why? rainfall amounts, anywhere from 3 to 5 inches of rain, but inland around washington, d.c., parts of eastern pennsylvania, and on into central new york, 5 to 7 inches of rain over the next 48 hours. so flooding is goi
NBC
Sep 12, 2010 9:00am PDT
>>> venture capitalist jeremy liew gives away his secrets. the prolific blogger and writer talks about the sales of two gaming companies totalling more than half a billion dollars. and the demo conference where great ideas are born finally finds its way to silicon valley. matt marshall gives us a preview of the $3,000 event. our reporters tom giles and kim mcnicholas joins us. every once in a while you win big. case in point, light speed ventures. a venture capital firm that invest money in startups like playdom, both involved in online gaming. not the shoot them up games that most people think of when they think video games but the new trendy slower paced games like sorority life played on social networks, facebook in particular, they attract millions of players every month. what a venture capital firm wants is a payoff to make its investment public or sell it to a large company. that's what happened to the startups. the big playoff, playdom went to disney for a deal worth at the top end, $763 million. 763 million smiles for jeremy liew. jeremy liew is managing partner at light
NBC
Sep 30, 2010 9:00am EDT
," a thursday morning. that was a couple minutes ago on the rockefeller plaza when melissa and jeremy became mr. and mrs. gephardt. they exchanged vows and became husband and wife. it was a beautiful ceremony despite a little bit of drizzle in the air. you know what they say, the rain means a downpour of good luck in your marriage. >> we can use that a lot. >> and we're here with mr. and mrs. gephardt. natalie mora morales is several blocks from here where the reception is going to take place. good morning to you. >> good morning to you, matt. the place settings are all ready and ready for melissa and family. you can see these personal and designer touches other than des celebrity, colin cowie. i can tell you taking a look at the menu, you guys will want to get a taste of this, smoked salmon napoleon, trufled eggs, appetizing, huh? and the signature cocktails i can't wbelimis and expresso martini, which is colin cowie's and we can't wait to welcome mr. an mrs. gephardt. >> we will send them down in a couple minutes. >> we have a little bit of business first. now that you're mr. and mr
NBC
Sep 2, 2010 8:25am PDT
couple here, melissa and jeremy, and then once we spent some time with them we gave you our four choices for the reception location here in new york city. well, we still need your help. got to go there and vote to our website at todayshow.com. learn more about our couple, melissa and jeremy, and check out the choices and vote for your favorite location. >> or you can head to facebook.com/todayshow. and follow our wedding progress and we'll also be checking our page for your comments and your votes. you can also text in your votes at 62269 -- 622639, next 1 for hudson terrace, 2 for central park zoo. or 3 for gotham hall. we'll reveal the winning locations next wednesday. they're all beautiful. >> later you want to batten down the hatches and nail down the tables in the studio because the real housewives of new jersey are coming by. uh-oh. >> okay. >> before we go any further speaking of battenning things down, let's go to al, he's on the outer banks of north carolina where hurricane earl is fast approaching. al, good morning again. >> good morning, guys. again, about 350 miles south of c
ABC
Sep 23, 2010 12:05am EDT
minutes with jamie king, music from hey monday and jeremy renner. south of laredo, there's a place... so hot, rattlesnakes combust. ♪ but we go, cause ya gotta eat bold. [ male announcer ] subway fiery footlong subs. the bold-acious new turkey jalapeño melt and buffalo chicken. subway. eat bold! of premium roast coffee -- 100% arabica beans. it's so rich, but so just a dollar. on the dollar menu's so rich, but at breakfast.lar. and that's what we're made of. ♪ ba da ba ba ba [ male announcer ] cowhide dries out. so does your manhide. when you shower with regular men's body wash, your skin can become dry and tight. dove men + care is different. only dove has micromoisture. which activates on contact to fight skin dryness better than regular men's body wash. so that manhide of yours stays clean and moisturized... no matter what you put it through. dove men + care. be comfortable in your own skin. ♪ >> dicky: >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- jeremy renner. from "my generation," jamie king. and music from hey monday. with cleto and the cletones. ♪
NBC
Sep 1, 2010 7:00am EDT
and jeremy, who you met last week, they of course are our wedding couple. and they live thousands of miles apart. he is now serving in afghanistan. you picked them to get married live here on our plaza next month. so we have got a lot of decisions to make. there they are. we have got a lot of decisions to make, including the ring which we're going to talk about this morning. and also we're going to choose where to have the wedding reception. >> jeremy will be back in about a week. >>> natalee morales standing by at the news desk. >> good morning, everyone. on north carolina's outer banks this morning, residents are being told to evacuate ahead of hurricane earl. the storm has weakened, but it is expected to brush the coast late thursday or early friday. people are stocking up on supplies and being warned that rip currents and strong waves. and we'll have much more on the track of the storm coming from al roker who's in north carolina j off a little bit. >>> president obama says the u.s. role in iraq is now to assist and advise iraqi security forces. the president announced the end of
NBC
Sep 29, 2010 9:00am EDT
melissa and jeremy. but if you're wondering what to wear, we're going to solve your fashion day dilemma, how do dress up for a fall wedding. it's our honeymoon. but we've parted ways with our old airline credit card that promised flights for 25,000 miles. it was always... [ laughing ] that seat's not happening without a big miles upcharge. a miles upcharge wasn't part of the deal. was i supposed to go without my wife? [ elevator bell dings ] [ grunting ] haha, that was awkward. so we upgraded to the venture card from capital one. we've had it with the games. [ male announcer ] don't pay miles upcharges. don't play games. get the flight you want with the venture card at capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? that's why there's lubriderm® daily moisture. it contains the same nutrients naturally found in healthy skin. skin absorbs it better and it lasts for 24 hours. later gator. lubriderm. your moisture matched. later gator. mmmmmm. mmmmmm. wow! you have got to be kidding me. 80 calories? light & fit has 80 calories versus 100 in the other leading brand. light & fit. irresistible taste.
ABC
Sep 15, 2010 11:35pm EDT
into or at the olympics in front of 3 billion. jeremy hubbard joins the teen, and her mom, for a day on the town. ♪ sweet lovely ♪ ♪ lady be good ♪ ♪ oh lady be good to me ♪ >> reporter: say the name ella fitzgerald to a teen, you'll get a blank stare. billie hollholliday they'll ask, who is he? but nikki not only knows the jazz great ss, she might be one of them. ♪ who can ask for anything more ♪ >> reporter: a tv audience of 3 billion people watched her sing at the opening ceremony of the olympics. ♪ o canada ♪ >> reporter: she had a number one song in her home country of canada. ♪ i believe in the power that comes ♪ >> reporter: with a voice that would leave simon cowell speechless. >> i don't consider myself to be a big deal. i'm just nikki, you know? >> reporter: we spent a day on the town with the 16-year-old and her mom. and, at every turn, she found musical inspiration beyond her years. >> billie holliday is playing. >> reporter: you have an ear for it? >> it's disticket. it's like leal, you hear it once and you know it's her. and her time is so good. nob
ABC
Sep 22, 2010 11:35pm PDT
, as jeremy hubbard reports. >> reporter: it is a predator's play ground. some of the most shark infested waters in the world. >> how many sharks are here? maybe 50? this is amazing. >> reporter: these sharks have likely never seen humans before. they live in one of the most remote stretches of the south pacific, where an underwater eden exists. a beautiful, wet wilderness, in peril. >> this used to be a really nice coral forest, with really big coral. but now, most of the corals are very small and most of them are dead and covered by algae. >> reporter: this man, a signist tnd national geographic explorer, has travised here with his team to measure the health of the ocean. and the best way to do that is to check the reefs. >> coral reefs are the rain forest of the sea. they have the greatest diversity in the oceans. of all the fish that live in the sea, one-third live in coral reefs. >> reporter: and the best way to know if a reef is healthy, he told us, you should look for sharks. lots and lots of sharks. sharks are a very important part of the marine ecosystem. they are like t
SFGTV2
Sep 21, 2010 11:30am PDT
we'll talk about. the water department jeremy, right? >> spring valley water company. >> this on page 8 item two describes what these records are and if you go to the water department offices down across unite had had nations plaza on 1155 market street they will bring out the original document and their very efficient and quick and it takes a few minutes. they are all written on pencil on onion skin. you can find out how many horse troughs were approved and things like that which is often very useful in determining when there are multiple buildings on a residential lot it will help determine if the secondary building has a history of habitant occupancy or what occupancy it was. >> once again you can get those at what? >> 1155 market street. the manager of the water department that time gathers staff while the city was burning and some people were hauling buckets of water and somewhere hauling records out. if your researching a building that's pre 06. that's probably some of the best sources of information about your building that you will be able to find. you will be able to fin
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 11:35pm EDT
royalty. for jeremy hubbard, well, that is a "sign of the times." >> reporter: not since the implant has a silicone accessory caused this much buzz. celebrities are sporting them. schoolchildren fighting over them. they've been banned in some classrooms. just today, justin bieber came out with his own line of them. you can imagine the insanity that will follow. these are silly bands. the $100 million business behind this fad. >> we're definitely the brand leader and we're the creator of the craze. you know, with every day, there's a new knockoff brand or a nonbranded silly bands knockoff that's out there. >> reporter: robert kroek is the ceo of silly bands which are, as you may have already noticed, glorified rubber bands. they take on different shapes like animals when they're not stretched around your wrist. at the company's ohio headquarters, they can't package them fast enough. stores are selling out. parents asking to be put on waiting lists. just how crazy is this craze? silly bandz has a facebook page with nearly 400,000 fans. there's a slew of youtube tributes to the unusual
NBC
Sep 20, 2010 5:30am EDT
first, we got to tell what you we're cooking. this is basically a tomato crayfish scramble. jeremy price, you cook here. what is going into this thing? >> we're starting with a crayfish corn and tomato salad, and we're going to add eggs, jasmine rice, some greens, and some cheese, and start it right now. >> while jeremy cooks, i'm going to talk to tom. tell us about movable feast. i mention you help people and get meals to them if they're critically ill. >> we're a 21-year-old program in baltimore. we're the only program that delivers home cooked meals to individuals who are critically ill. a lot of our cloonts have h.i.v., and that's why originally we were founded. we've since expanded our mission to people with aids, people with breast cancer, people who have other life-threatening conditions who aren't able to get out of their homes to go shopping or not well enough to prepare their meals or just don't have the resources also to make sure that they have nutritious meals each day. >> this is aing about financed raiser. they're donating 50% of the proceedsrd, but also the other re
ABC
Sep 1, 2010 11:35pm EDT
outbreak, what are you going to do? in an encore presentation here, jeremy hubbard finds out. >> reporter: welcome to one of the most expensive children's hair salons in cheek west los angeles. the typical bill, about 300 bucks. a deep tab that lordes doesn't bristle at paying. >> reporter: buzz she understand this? >> no, she thinks she has buggies in her hair. >> reporter: she's not entirely grossed out? >> no, she doesn't get it yet. >> reporter: the traumatized mom brought her daughter here after the school called a few minutes ago, saying gab yell is infested with lice. >> i called her dad and he was like, oh, my god, how did that happen? >> reporter: she is now in the hands of professional it in-pickers. they're picking hundreds of it ins and thousands of eggs from the heads of itchy children. fighting on the front lines of an unrelenting affliction now being called super-lice. >> they call it super-lice because it's kind of like antibiotics to humans. when a product is misused, a very toxic product is overused consistently on a bug, your building up a pretty strong bug, hence super
NBC
Sep 5, 2010 5:30pm PDT
. >> he's the muscle. he's the muscle. >> reporter: manny needed help building new front steps, jeremy needed help refinishing his garage. >> this is great, guys. >> reporter: and amy needed help moving an old freezer. >> there's been a loss of that sense of community and people helping each other out. it's a neat idea. >> reporter: that idea is davezillion.co a handyman's social networking site. >> this is facebook with productivin. involved.ti >> reporter: the site connects neighbors coast to coast who need help with odd jobs offering project tips, even a place to share tools. >> reporter: in these economic times homeowners want to save, contractors are hustling to find new business. >> reporter: but it's creators say davezillion is about something more. >> it's not about money. it's about communities building communities again. >> reporter: ed helped jeremy with his garage because jeremy m helped ed with a new roof. keith is helping with the freezer because chris helped him build a railing. what makes it so special, of course, is dave, but no has ever met this perfect connecticut ne
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 2:05am EDT
way for more efficient ones. jeremy hubbard sheds a little light on the story. >> reporter: the bright idea that illuminated the world is reaching a less than glowing end. this week, ge is shuttering this plant in winchester, virginia, its last u.s. factory producing plain old incandescent lightbulbs. new energy standards will ought but ban the bulbs. most of which are made overseas. seems the invention that thomoh edison perfected 130 years ago is flickering and fading. >> this is edison's private experimental room at the laboratory. one of the things he was working on a lot in the late 1880s and early 1890s were ways of improving the electric lamp. >> reporter: edison historian paul israel says the great inventor would be torn about the change. >> on the one hand, he would have been disappointed. on the other hand, edison was always somebody kind of looking forward. one of the things he was always very interested in was more efficient ways to generate electricity. so he would have seen that as the future. >> reporter: the incandescent bulb might be edison's most important inno
SFGTV
Sep 28, 2010 10:30pm PDT
mirkarimi, we have his aide, jeremy. >> jeremy pollack from supervisor mirkarimi's office. he regrets that he could not be here. he wrote me from venezuela, and he has enjoyed working with you on lafco, and he invites you down there to set up a satellite office to deal with their pollution problems. in addition to promoting clean energy, he has admired the way you jump into medical care in this policy and the way you advance that, so we have an idea we would like to share with you. [applause] it is a little complicated. a legislative idea we hope you would run with. a solar powered cannabis cultivation facility. [applause] we need to get the wind blowing in here to get it working. but it was something we hope you could put forward into legislation. [applause] >> thank you. now, for supervisor campos. supervisor campos: i think this is a great idea, and i think it is specially made for district 7. i do not know about you. [laughter] i want to thank my colleagues for their graciousness and my staff'. i'm going to kill you for doing this, but seriously, thank you very much, and it truly
PBS
Sep 23, 2010 2:30pm PDT
jeremy bowen to colorado where wheat is undoubtedly the new cash crop. >> it is the new land of plenty. combine's are rolling through the golden crops, bringing in the profits. as fast as the grain is taken from the fields, it is pumped down . it is being done -- it is being pumped down the line. this colorado farmer knows that the devastating droughts and wildfires in russia have forced up the value of wheat across the world. last year, this field was not worth the price of irrigation. next year's crop is in the ground, and the raiders are growing -- going -- the irrigators are going. >> we are profitable. three months ago, we left this field fallow because it would not be profitable. now we have the opportunity to plant fall we can make a substantial profit. >> with the russian export and taking a huge amount of wheat out of the market, there is a growing demand for other countries like america to make up the shortfall. >> this goes way beyond the simple equations of supply and demand. this is an international commodity. the price is not set year, but on the trading floors of the glo
SFGTV
Sep 21, 2010 7:30am PDT
very much. >> i like to thank jeremy and our fabulous intern jenny, if you have more questions, please feel free to ask them. >> thank you. >> all right. one more thing to speak of. i believe your legislative subcommittee discussed this. i like to offer our responses to -- i know there's a question about the definition of recyclable paper bag. we're looking what the the city attorney and possible amendments to that and define what would be an allowed paper bag, there's a large size of paper bags -- the -- the grocery sized bags that are 12, 14 inches tall with handle. so as not to a allow the smaller paper bags for a handful of items would still be allowed. there's a question about -- about the -- about the definition of highly visible manner where -- where, which says that -- in the bag fee, that for compostable plastic bags, they would have to -- say that in -- in the highly visible manner they're compostable and reusable. there was a question about whether this would cause problems with this -- with bags and what the bags -- the bag suppliers and being able to find a bag tha
PBS
Sep 23, 2010 6:00pm PDT
worse by the export ban on meat in russia. we sent jeremy cooke to colorado where weeds is undoubtedly the cash crop. >> -- where wheat is undoubtably the cash crop. >> they are bringing in the bumper crop and as fast as the green is taken from the prairie, -- the grain is taken from the prairie, it is swallowed up. this colorado farmer knows that drought and wildfires in russia have forced up the value of wheat. now he believes he is looking at pay dirt. the irrigators are rolling with a promise of profits ahead. >> be at spring or winter wheat, we have a profit where three months ago we left this field fallow because we did not have the rotations you plant the spring thaw wheat. >> with the russian export ban taking a huge amount of wheat out of the market, it is up to other countries like america to make up the shortfall. this is not just supply and demand. the prices are not set here in the fields of colorado, but on the trading floors of the global exchanges. it is here in chicago where fortunes are set on the future prices of wheat. what happened here affects the prices we all pa
SFGTV
Sep 28, 2010 8:00am PDT
. all right. >> i want to thank my aide jeremy pol hack and we have a wonderful intern, jenny who i think also will be inserting comments. good evening, ross mirkarimi supervisor of the fifth district. commissioner mirkarimi: i didn't get to hear everything mr. pollack shared with you. i'll give you the intent and motivation. since san francisco has passed this law in 2007 and we were the first muniz pat and i did not know this, not only in the united states but in the hemisphere that had pass ads law that bans bans single use bags, plastic bags, in 3 1/2 years in quick time governments throughout the world representing 5% of the global population are now moving on this kind of law. right now. we have seen -- a very -- a very entrenched battle in the plastics industry blunting back efforts throughout the united states, most notably in our own capital, in sacramento, where -- legislators were poised to pass the first state law this banning plastic bags but in the late hours of the last day of the legislative session, they lost by several votes because of late lobbying by the plastics
PBS
Sep 30, 2010 12:00am PDT
military court in washington state monday. army specialist jeremy morlock is the first of 12 u.s. soldiers accused of forming a secret kill team in afghanistan that murdered unarmed afghan civilians at random and collected body parts, such as fingers, for trophies. there also accused of using hashish, dismembering and photograph in corpses, and possessing human bones such as a skull and leg bones. earlier this year, morlock was interviewed by army investigators and acknowledged his role in the deaths of the three afghans which took place in kandahar between january and may. video of part of his confession to army investigators has been leaked to the media. in the video, and have to listen carefully, morlock admits staff sergeant calvin gibbs ordered him to kill an innocent unarmed afghan civilian. >> on monday, his attory, geoffrey nathan, defended him saying morlock was taking a variety of prescription drugs issued by the military to treat injuries he sustained in battle. he also linked the killings to overall u.s. policy in afghanistan. >> we believe a jury will exonerate more
SFGTV
Sep 28, 2010 7:00pm PDT
. there is shaw, jeremy, do a business as mission community market on bark-less street. this is about allowing or permitting amplified sound every thursday through july 14, 2011, from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. that is the application in front of you. a little bit of background is that after having applied for a loudspeaker permit after obtaining a street closure permit, the permit in front of you is requesting this with various groups associated with the market and takes place on bartlett street between 21st and 22nd. while many residents support the market, and a bit concerned about the noise level. staff also received one email. there was an additional email that you will probably hear about in support of the application. the permit for your consideration is one that would cover the time frame of the street closure, every thursday, like i said, mid july 2011. mission station was not able to send anything in writing but had some concern over these issues, which we heard about this evening, and there was concern about a gang activity on that block and any interaction that might happen
NBC
Sep 5, 2010 6:30pm EDT
, jeremy needed help refinishing his garage. >> this is great, guys. >> reporter: amy needed help to move an old freezer. >> there's a loss of a sense of community and people helping each other out, so it's a neat idea. >> that idea is davezillion.com, a handyman social networking site. >> this is facebook with productivity involved. >> reporter: it connects neighbors coast to coast who need help with odd jobs offering product tips and a place to share tools. >> homeowners want to save, contractors have problems finding new business. this is like handing it to you. >> reporter: they say davezillion is about something more. >> i think it's about communities helping each other. >> ed helped jeremy with the garage because he helped ed with a new roof. keith is helping chris with the freezer because chris helped him build a railing. >> the idea is so simple. you're lending a hand. >> reporter: what makes it so special is the nachlt nobody who takes advantage of this website has never met this perfect connecticut neighbor and sadly never will. dave is dave segal, a regular guy, a family m
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 4:00am EDT
imbowl is now fading away to make room for a more efficient replacement. here now is jeremy hubbard. >> reporter: the bright idea that illuminated the world is reaching a less than glowing end. this week, ge is shuttering this plant in winchester, virginia, its last u.s. factory producing plain old incandescent lightbulbs. new energy standards will all but ban the bulbs over the next four years, forcing millions to switch to compact fluorescents, most of which are made overseas. seems the invention that thomas edison perfected 130 years ago is flickering and fading. >> this is edison's private experimental room at the laboratory. one of the things he was working on a lot in the late 1880s and early 1890s were ways of improving the electric lamp. >> reporter: paul israel says the great inventor would be torn about the change. >> on the one hand, he would have been disappointed. on the other hand, one of the things he was very interested in was the more efficient ways to generate electricity. so he would have seen that as the future. >> reporter: the incandescent bulb might be edison'
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 4:00am PDT
, randomly assigned to her care. jeremy hubbard explains. >> i love you. >> i love you, too. >> reporter: family circumstance tore them apart. now, a miraculous coincidence has brought them back together. >> you did good. >> reporter: when victor peraza came to this new york city two weeks ago, a veteran nurse named wanda took note of her new patient's name. she told her story on "good morning america." >> i completely froze. i was stunned. i said, i have to go into this room and look at this patient. i said, what are your children's names? and right away, he said, i have a daughter named wanda. and the second he said that, i just burst out crying. and i ran out of the room. >> reporter: it was her father, who had walked out of her life in 1969. he and her mother married young. there were problems. and they split up when wanda was just a baby. >> i came back into the room. i said, hi. i'm wanda. i'm your daughter. i'm your daughter. and he said -- he said, i know you're my daughter. and within less than five minutes, i just gave him the biggest kiss and the biggest hug becau
ABC
Sep 27, 2010 4:30am EDT
afghanistan moves forward today. corporal jeremy morlock and four other soldiers are charged with the premeditated murders of afghan civilians. seven others have been charged in connection with the alleged crimes. today evidence in morlock's case is being laid out to determine if he should be formally tried in a court-martial. there is a full report on the story coming up on "good morning america." >>> it was not the usual sunday sermon at one of the nation's largest churches. bishop eddie long took to the pulpit to defend himself against a sex scandal. he promised to fight the allegations. here's steve osunsami. >> reporter: outside the new birth missionary baptist church here -- >> he's an innocent man. give him the benefit of the doubt. >> reporter: -- when bishop eddie long finally appeared, he seemed more like a rock star than a pastor accused of pushing sex onto teenage boys. >> i've been accused. i'm under attack. i want you to know, as i said earlier, i am not a perfect man, but this thing i'm going to fight. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: under the advice of his lawyers
ABC
Sep 23, 2010 11:00pm EDT
jeremy hall clear as day. >> i just got the fen call about an hour ago and it was really great news. i feel a lot better. >> the owner of the home would rather stay off camera instead letting the images of his new home security system speak for itself. he was hoping when it he handed it over to police it would help. little did he know it would be mere hours after he released it to the media that hall would be picked up and booked. >> i thought i would never find anything but of course i got home last week that day and found the back bedroom window was broken into and first thing i did was go to the video and look. >> he got numerous tips but one of the ones we received early on was from a caller that provided us with really good information and we made an arrest today. >> but the total amount of charges hall faces may still be pending. montgomery county police have seized the silver spring home of jeremy hall. squad cars sat in front of his house as they waited for a signed warrant to search premises. hall, authorities believe, may have other stolen goods inside and was at the burgl
CBS
Sep 7, 2010 12:00pm PDT
, microlenders are the ones who are stepping in. jeremy's business i smoking. hard work and a type of loan more common than in developing countries than in the u.s. he got a $10,000 microloan to help him grow emergency barbecue from a mobile stand to a store that sit alongside highway 101 in san carlos. >> i really needed that money and it was one of those types of positions where either you get it and you succeed or if you don't, there is the potential that it can bring the entire business down. >> reporter: he also hired four more employees to serve up all that beef, chicken and pork. >> sort of the jewels or diamonds in the rough that, you know, the sort of mainstream system isn't investing in. >> reporter: eric weaver is the founder of opportunity fund, a local lend their helps small businesses grow or upgrade. >> they are designed to help people who don't have access to conventional credit which would be really mainly bank loans. >> bank loans, all kinds of businesses, we have increased green lending... >> reporter: microloans typically range from $500 to $100,000. interest rates
ABC
Sep 19, 2010 5:30pm PDT
good idea. how do you top it? here's jeremy hubbard. >> reporter: the bright idea that illuminated the world is reaching a less than glowing end. this week, ge is shuttering this plant in winchester, virginia, its last u.s. factory producing plain-old incandescent light bulbs. new energy standards will all but ban the bulbs over the next four years. forcing millions to switch to compact fluorescents. most of which are made overseas. it seemed that the invepgs thomas edison perfected 130 years ago is flickering and fading. >> this is edison's private experimental room at the laboratory. he was working on ways improving the electrical lamp. >> reporter: he said that the great inventor would be torn about the change. >> on the one hand, he would have been disappointed. on the other hand, edison was always somebody who was looking forward. one thing that he was very interested in, was there more efficient ways to generate electricity? he would have seen that as the future. >> reporter: the incandescent bulb, notorious for getting by on a few hours of sleep, he wanted to transformed the
NBC
Sep 15, 2010 7:00am EDT
"today" show bride and groom have finally been reunited for the first time in seven months. jeremy arrives home from a seven-month deployment in afghanistan, she got stateside just a short time ago. so those two back together. they are here for the first time together. so we're going to have a little fun and get to talk to them in a second. and also get to show them what wedding gown and tuxedo our viewers chose for their big day which is coming up in just a couple of weeks. >> would you like to be a brides maid in this wedding? >>> also ahead, are cupcake pans just for cupcakes? >> not really. >> there's all kinds of things you can do with your little muffin pans. that sounds so wrong, but anyway. >> let's get a check of the morning headlines. >> reporter: good morning once again, everybody, in the nude, midterm elections just seven weeks away, the tea party is boasting a key victory, christine o'donnell, upset former governor mike castle on tuesday in the battle for vice president joe biden's old senate seat. >>> charlie ranged prevailed in spite of ethics charges. >>> sarah shou
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